This is Mark Granroth-Wilding's personal website.
Before I got married to Hanna in 2010, my name was Mark Wilding.
I currently work as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, doing Natural Language Processing research on a project in the field of Computational Creativity. See my academic homepage for more.
I did my PhD at the University of Edinburgh, on the application of linguistic-style formal grammars to musical harmonic analysis. More info on my academic homepage, or detailed information about my project on the Jazz Parser site.
For a year, I worked as a developer at Mercurytide, a web-development company in Leith, Edinburgh.
Before that, I did an MSc in Informatics at the University of Edinburgh.
Before that, I did an undergraduate degree in Computer Science at Clare College, Cambridge.
I am leader of the Cub pack at the 12th Cambridge Scout Group, where I'm known as Rikki Tikki Tavi. I carry out this role jointly with James Cope-Brown (Rama). If you want to contact us about anything to do with Cubs, email us using this address, or phone me on 01223 927106.
More information about what we do, recent activities, upcoming programme and such is on the group website.
I've written various short technical tips technical guides pages. They include things like handy Linux admin tricks and Latex wizardry.